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and survivors are in make shift shelterings. i am mary an an raferty, now back to huckabee. >> mike: last month marked 100 years since the birth of ronald regan and we planned to pay tribute on his birthday. because of the uprise nothing egypt i hosted from israel . breaking news has kept us busy and we never had the chance to show us a special tribute to president reagan. i had the privilege of meeting him in 1992, when i was an ambitious all be it unsuccessful candidate for the united states senate. we honor a true icon of leadership and freedom. >> in this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem. government is the problem. when i saw those doctors around me, i hope they're all republicans. >> here in normando the rescue began and a giant undertaken unparalleled in human history. i will not make age an issue of the campaign and i will not exploit for political purposes my opponent's youth and inexperience. the crew of the space shuttle challenger honored us for the men who lived their lives. we'll never forget them and the last time we saw them this morning as they
on the assembled dignitaries. ( cheering and laughing ) it appeared to some that mike healy, once discredited and silent for a hundred years, now demanded a reckoning. in 1896, captain michael healy stood before a u.s. court-martial. the public was stunned by the charges against him. healy was recognized from san francisco to the arctic circle. in some parts of the country, he was better known than the president of the united states. mike healy represented american law and its justice along a 30,000-mile coastline of the alaskan frontier. praised in the house of representatives and tagged in the press as "ruler of the arctic," the slender, blue-eyed officer was not the man he appeared to be. born a slave on a georgia plantation, healy had bolted from the world of his birth, determined to steer his own destiny. in a country reeling from civil war and haunted by race, he chose to pass as white. this choice demanded vigilance, for he was navigating in perilous waters. captioning sponsored by the u.s. department of education narrator: when mike healy arrived in san francisco, the port had grown f
>> mike: what did he say taxpayers subsidizing the cowboy poetry festival that 10,000 people wouldn't exist? what did the cowboys do around the campfire anyway? in recognition of senator reid's panic over losing the recitation of cowboy poetsry. i created a poem i will share wu. you will be glad to know it is presented free and clear of our tax dollars. here's my poem. there was a senator named harry that had vuse that were quite scary. he wanted tax pay are to pay for cowboy verse. it was enough to make me curse. i think if harry wants cowboy to quote frost he ought to find a way for hisitate to bear the cost. most of us have trouble paying for gas and rent. now we know where our tax dollars went. hare we don't want to put out the cowboy's fire. but we think it is time for nutty spending to expire. that's my view and i welcome yours. cucontact me at mikehuckabee.comand click on the fox feed back section . at mikehuckabee.com. find out how to get an autographed cope of my book a simple government. our debt is trillions of dollars. the public is accountable for the remaining 9 and ha
it for me. my name is greg gutfeld. i shall see you tomorrow i hope. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> mike: welcome. thank you. thank you very much. welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. the obama administration refuses the call the murder of two american servicemen in germany terrorism. we ask homeland security secretary janet napolitano why. >>> and what do a pilot, a realtor and a youth pather have in common? they were concerned citizens who ran for congress and won. minnesota's chip caddic, michigan's bill heinzga and james lang ford join us to tell us how they plan to make a difference. stars of tlc's d.c. cupcakes, sophie and katherine with mouth watering treats. >>> here's something cool, phil collin, lead guitarist of def leppard will rock the house with me on the stage. [ applause ] my book is causing the stir this week. and some of it is frankly from my own verbal gaffe. in a radio interview on monday, i said president obama spent part of his early life in kenya. i meant to say indonesia. his father and grandfather were fro
harris faulkner. don't forget to put your clocks ahead. huckabee is next. ♪ >> i am mike huckabee. >> coming to you from little rock arkansas . . we'll get the latest from japan. >> the destruction in the northern part of japan and sendai where people are trying to get to. we had new video and picture sendai. a city of one million and said to be in a toughuation to say the least. not only earthquake damage. that was the closest major city to where the 8.9 earthquake hit and the tsunami damage . infrastructure problems. they have loved ones and shelters that haven't been able to get hold of. cell phones are down as well. for much of the day. it is tough to get information and people in and out due to the destroyed infrastructure and the nuclear situation. to that nuclear situation . the main reactor is on the road that goes from tokyo to sendai . it is up near there. that whole area is shut off. we know that the government shut off 20 kilometer circumference around the reactor but they are stopping cars 40 or 50 kilometers from the reactor. you can't get north at all . the massive
on foxnews.com. happy sunday. ♪ >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applaus [applause] >> hello everybody, welcome, and welcome to huckabee. tonight, we are live from the fox news studios in new york city. geraldine ferraro was a political pioneer, she was the first woman nominated for vice-president when she ran with democratic presidential candidate walter mondale in 1984. and she was also a guest on our very first huckabee show. and tonight, we'll be paying tribute to geraldine ferraro, ed rollins will join us to talk about it. [applaus [applause] >> also, it's the president's decision to get our troops involved in the libyan conflict without congressional approval an impeachable effect. texas congressman ron paul thinks so and i'm going to ask him why and what is america's role in libya and how has the president done in explaining our goal there? we're going to grade him on our report cord. you'll get to watch tonight. [applause]. and he's the star of limitless, it's a number one movie in the country right now, my exclusive interview with bradley cooper, the grea
ahead. huckabee is next. ♪ >> i am mike huckabee. coming to you from little rock, arkansas. devastation caused by friday's earthquake and tsunami in japan continues . we'll get the latest from japan. >> the destruction in the northern part of japan and sendai where people are trying to get to. we had new video and picture sendai. a city of one million and said to be in a toughuation to say the least. not only earthquake damage. that was the closest major city to where the 8.9 earthquake hit and the tsunami damage . infrastructure problems. they have loved ones and shelters that haven't been able to get hold of. cell phones are down as well. for much of the day. it is tough to get information and people in and out due to the destroyed infrastructure and the nuclear situation. to that nuclear situation . the main reactor is on the road that goes from tokyo to sendai . it is up near there. that whole area is shut off. we know that the government shut off 20 kilometer circumference around the reactor but they are stopping cars 40 or 50 kilometers from the reactor. you can't get north at all
: market strategist mike holland and economist diane swonk weigh in with their analysis. you're watching "nightly business report" for tuesday, march 15. this is "nightly business report" with susie gharib and tom hudson. "nightly business report" is made possible by: this program is made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. captioning sponsored by wpbt >> susie: good evening, everyone. my colleague tom hudson is off. japan is on high alert tonight as the country responds to yet another explosion at the daichi nuclear power plant. japan's prime minister warned of substantial radiation leaks. the ongoing threat of radioactive fallout led to a global market sell-off today. we have complete coverage, beginning in tokyo with correspondent lucy craft. when i talked with her a short while ago, i began by asking what is the japanese government telling people. >> what we are hearing is there is the continuing troubles at the reactors. there are a total of six reactors at this power plant. and four of them have been having malfunctions at various times.
'm mike barnacle in for willie geist. this is way too elderly, the show that picked all number one seeds in the final four bracket. i'm glad you're up with us on msnbc. shoot us an e-mail at "way too early" at msnbc.com and let us know why you're awake now or do what coach krzyzewski does and text the word awake followed by your response to 622639. we'll read the best responses later in the show. >>> the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for this thursday, march 17th. there is a lot going on today, including new developments out of bahrain why the government has unleashed an assault against the protesters in the capital. plus, tiger woods pays a visit to late night with jimmy fallon where jimmy challenges him to a round of golf. wii golf. we'll have that clip later. >>> first, let's get to the news, live at 5:30 a.m. here in washington, d.c., and on the east coast of the united states. the united states is taking a tougher stand on the mounting nuclear crisis in japan, authorizing the first evacuations of american government employees out of the country. in addition, the state de
rain will we get before all is said and done? wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. mike hellgren has more on the problems the rain is causing. but first, let's go to meteorologist tim williams, tracking the rain maker. so what does radar look like? >> it is very active, denise. we'll take you right to it. firstwarning doppler radar, showing an abundance of color. showing very heavy downpours. even thunderstorms moving in from the south of the screen. up from virginia and across maryland. but what we're seeing is all of the flood totals and watches and warnings. there are no watches. they're all in effect across the state. we have coastal flood warnings in effect along the western banks of the bay. we have severe thunderstorm warnings in effect for hagerstown and frederick, for washington county, and frederick counties. we now have flash flood warnings in effect for charles county, prince george's county, and montgomery county because of all of the rain coming down. and this is all still active and all still moving across the region. the watches and warnings look like thi
being spread by people like mike huckabee, will wind up contaminating other republicans who were serious about winning the party's nomination next year. his point -- people like sarah palin and huckabee, to name just two, are so contempt should of the truth, the republican nominee will become collateral damage. diminished by association. if will is right, we can only say republicans get what they serve for not putting a stop to the sewer talk. >>> religious leaders are calling on peter king to cancel his hearings on the radicalization of radical muslims. they say lit stir up anti-muslim hatred. king says it is muslims that are being radicalized to kill americans. what took so long? republican leadership is funding the obama administration's decision last week to not enforce the defense of marriage act, acceptance of gays is growing every day in this country as it is it is the fight the gop really woonts have. speaker john boehner is coming awfully close to saying he will take on social security and medicare. can you touch that third rail in politics and survive? we will see. . mike hucka
>>> huckleberry fib. let's play "hardball." good evening. i'm chris matthews. mike huckabee tried to wiggle free from his false claims about president obama by papering over his original false claims with more of them. just how far do republicans think cheap dishonest appeals to the haters will get then in the race for the presidency? judging by the deafening silence whenever one these bomb throwers lobs one, it seems pretty far. but george f. will the columnist says the stuff spewed by the likes of huckabee and gingrich will wind up tainting the republican nominee. here is george will this sunday. let us know mince words. there are at most five plausible republican presidents on the horizon -- mitch daniels, haley barbour, jon huntsman, tim pawlenty, mitt romney. hi he thereby wrote huckabee and gingrich off the list of acceptable candidates. so did george will just knock them out of the race? it's our top story tonight. >>> and speaking of republicans who threaten to contaminate other gop presidential candidates, michele bachmann refused to back away from her charge that preside
evening. i'm crist matthews out in los angeles. leading off tonight, the huckster. when mike huckabee's spokesman says he didn't mean to say that the president obama grew up in kenya, he meant to say he grew up in indonesia. indonesia, it's a lot to swallow. first of all, both assertions are wrong. he went to the best prep school in hawaii. the brits were in kenya, and the mao mao revolution, that also occurred in kenya. he joined the long list of discredited republicans spreading the story that president obama's presidency is illegitimate. that's our top story. >>> speaking of evading the truth. bob woodward just described donald rumsfeld's memoir to destroy history and simply avoid discussing matters that cannot be air brushed away. >>> plus reps may want to think twice about good after unions or going after social security medicare. our brand-new poll out tonight has the latest where americans are and aren't willing to seek cuts. and who's it going to be? newt? mitt? haley? with republicans hesitating to get into the race, we wondered who would president obama fear if anyone? we'll
>> thank you for watching 9news now at 6:00 a.m. i'm andrea roane. >> i'm mike hydeck. howard bernstein is here with your weather first. >> another indoor type of day. this morning, we have showers. we won't have the storms like we did yesterday. there is a chill settling in here for the next several days. today, we're 41 and cloudy. some drizzle out there. temperatures still holding around the 40 degree mark. noontime temps in the mid-40s. still a spotty shower. upper 40s, low 50s. big showers and storms last night. this morning, we've got a batch of showers approaching the metro right now. few more showers in west virginia. so, that's why the scattered showers will be with us through the morning. and a quick look at doppler, you notice some of that toward dickerson and approaching urbana and tuscarora. over toward culpepper approaching fredericksburg and strasburg, virginia, this is where we're seeing the majority of the showers right now. we're 41. 30s to the north. highs again struggle to get into the upper 40s. angie is here now with timesaver traffic. >> good thursday mo
about president obama being spread by people like mike huckabee will wind up contaminating other republicans who are serious about winning the party's nomination next year. his point? people like sarah palin and huckabee to name just two are so contemptuous of the truth that the republican nominee will be collateral damage, diminished by association. if will is right, we can only say republicans will deserve what they get for not putting a stop to this sewer talk. >>> plus, religious leaders on both coasts are calling on peter king to cancel his hearings next week on the radicalization of american muslims. they say the hearings will do nothing more than stir up anti-muslim hatred. king says it's muslims being radicalized to kill americans. who's right? >>> also, what took so long, the republican leadership is now fighting the obama administration's addition last week to not enforce the defense of marriage act. acceptance of gays is growing every day in this country. is this really the fight the gop really wants to have? >>> and speaker john boehner is coming awfully close now to
think it's safe to say we don't like mike -- >> what? >> -- we love him. >> i do. >> i think yesterday we tried to give him every benefit of the doubt. he was throwing out the mau mau revolution and kenya. >> i have to say -- >> we gave him every benefit of the doubt. so -- >> i guess we could call and say why was that a slip of the tongue when you went on and on? and when this is a narrative that is very damaging and just silly and used by those who really want to be destructed in terms of the national conversation. >> kind of double downed yesterday. the sad state of american journalism would be if we didn't hold him to the same standard that we hold others to. if we lowered the standard for mike huckabee because he was our good friend. we've expressed concern about this and mike huckabee has, too. as we stated yesterday, mike huckabee is critical of the birthers and the conspiracy theorists. the sad state of american journalism would be if we decided not to comment on it with our friend. mike sort of double downed willie yesterday, didn't he? >> yes. >> it's this otherness routine.
relief to those soaring pump prices. nbc's mike viqueira is at the white house now. he's got more on that for us. mike? >> reporter: good evening, lester. the president is coming under increasing pressure to do something that's been done only twice in 35 years, and that is tap into this country's strategic petroleum reserve. today the president's chief of staff signaled mr. obama is willing to take a controversial step, if the price at the pump continues to soar. >> well, we're looking at the options. there's the issue of the reserves is one we are considering. >> reporter: that would be the strategic petroleum reserve, more than 700 million barrels' worth stored in a series of underground caverns on the gulf coast, on hand in case of emergency. with turmoil in the middle east driving up the cost of crude, many fear new damage to a still-fragile economy. the president's allies are urging him to tap the reserve, claiming that would bring down the price of gas. >> we are now unquestionably facing a physical oil supply disruption that is at risk of getting worse before it gets better
is live with first warning weather coverage. mike hellgren is tracking conditions in maryland. but we begin with meteorologist tim williams, updating first warning doppler radar. good evening, tim. >> reporter: good evening, mary. it didn't take much for anything. the ground is already saturated. this is why it didn't take long to push everything over the edge. steady rain on the beltway. and north of the area. we're seeing very, very strong showers. and rumbles of thunder, imbedded in that. -- embedded in that. there are no more watches in the state for flash flooding. they're all warnings because it is actually happening. these are all of the areas in green. all will be in effect. all of the warnings for flooding will be in effect through tomorrow morning. it's going to take a little while for all of this rain to move on through here. with that said, we're watching in the bigger picture, the bigger scheme of things, it's going to take a while for this system to move out of here. the low to the top of the screen that is driving it, has not even pushed ahead of it. and all of this rai
beltway. mike, we'll see the toll road in real time at 6:12. >> sounds good, angie. at the top of the hour, let's get to some of the stories happening today. prince george's county executive baker will deliver his state of the economy address. he is trying to get county leaders to spend $50 million in an effort to draw new business to the county. the speech begins tonight at 6:00. >>> the supreme court will hear a case today involving walmart. it wants the court to toss out a lawsuit claiming the world's largest retailer discriminates against women in pay and promotion. the legal fight has been going on for ten years! >>> the national museum of american history honors this group today. it is the international sweethearts of rhythm. back in the 1930s, it became the first integrated women's big band. jazz appreciation month begins friday. >>> also today, secretary of state hillary clinton is in london. she'll meet with world leaders to discuss the military operations in libya. >> we've already learned a u.s. delegation will head to benghazi to meet with rebel leaders. the announcement came h
. >> welcome back. in friday's game mike morrison posted his first double double of the season. today against ohio state he scored six points and grabbed four rebounds. morrison will be back next season. he joins feldy in cleveland. >> reporter: mike, it's not the way you wanted it to end. the good news is you get another year to come back. cam and isaiah don't, but give me your thoughts immediately following this game because ohio state played so well. i don't think it would have mattered if luke played or anyone else played. they were pretty much on fire. >> one, we definitely would have wanted to have like, but you can't worry about that. he got sick and that's part of life. first our team doesn't need to hang their heads. we know we didn't play to the best of our ability, but we made it here. we can't look down and look back at our season, one of the best in school history. so don't look down at yourself. just keep playing. >> reporter: you won the same amount of games as the team that made it all the way to the final four tying most wins in ge
homeless are struggling for survivor. mike hellgren has more. we begin with randall pinkston reporting for wjz on the humanitarian effort. >> reporter: more than 140,000 people are being ordered to seal themselves indoors. officials said dangerous levels of radiation is leaking. the prime minister pleaded for calm but warned there's a very high risk of further leakage. about 50 workers are trying to prevent a meltdown. the united nations is monitoring the weather over the damaged plant. officials say the winds have been dispersing radioactive material. u.s. helicopter crews returning from relief listings have tested positive for radiation hand to be contaminated. some were given potassium iodine pills as a precaution. millions spent a fourth night with little food or water in freezing temperatures. concerned relatives wait in long lines at evacuation centers for any word of their missing loved ones. this woman fears her only son is dead. people saw the tsunami wash him away in his car. rescuers are searching for survivors. a man was pulled alive from the rubble after being buried for f
freedom. >> good morning. it's friday, march 4th. with us on set, msnbc contributor mike barnicle and msnbc political analyst and visiting professor, at nyu, he just got sanctioned for taking his class out to watch a live sex act. we speak of harold ford jr. and in washington, -- sorry, harold. that was a northwestern professor. >> pat buchanan and host for "andrea mitchell reports" andrea mitchell. >>> you can't compare scott walker to hitler and stalin and then say i'm not comparing scott walker to hitler and stalin. >> full disclosure. we love jerry brown. >> we need a we lot them, but -- dot, dot, dot segment. this say step off the bus. what was that sandra bullock movie? >> i don't know her catalog as well as i should. >> this is "speed." mike, get off at the next bus stop. we love you, man but brown, come on. >> he might be having a reaction to the fact that the cleveland indians are so terrible this year. >> they suck. >> they have to stop this. everybody has to stop this. >> come on, senator. >> you can wave the bloody flag of adolf hitler and say nothing here. harold ford
ufos, but what do they prove? >>> and from prize fighting to pigeons, why is mike tyson's new reality tv show for the birds? good morning, everyone. i'm alex witt, 9:00 on the nose and 6:00 amg out of the west. at this hour, a potentially dangerous southwest developing in the midwest and plain states. flash flood watches are out for several areas of the country. a new round of storm is bringing heavy rains to the region, up to 3 inches where the areas are water logged from this week. areas in marion county are anxiously watching the water levels. >> our community has been overwhelmed, not only by the flood waters, but also by the amount of important people that have come together to help get through these very difficult times. >> i'm concerned that there's a lot more rain and they're just going to go up and probably the same thing is going to happen again. >> for more, let's go to nbc meteorologist bill karins. bill, good morning. good morning, alex. flooding, a big concern this weekend. we've had flash flooding overnight in areas of arkansas. everywhere in the solid, kind of a lime g
with this today. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you mike and andrea. lawmakers have really got to get to work. trim spending and have a spending plan. republicans want to cut more than $60 billion from the budget. debate on capitol hill yesterday with the republican- led house slashing $4 billion to fund the government for two more weeks to avoid shutdown this friday. democrats and republicans disagreed on how long the extension should be. democrats wanted more time. >> this is not a way to run the largest government and most important government in the world. >> the american people want us to get our fiscal house in order and this is a step in the right direction. >> reporter: in the end, the two week extension was voted and agreed upon. the senate is expected to pass it today. mike? >> surae, now the federal workers in our area don't want to be without a paycheck, but there's a new poll showing most americans don't think a shutdown is actually that bad of an idea. >> reporter: yes, mike, these numbers could be surprising and give some insight into what americans are thinking about t
sidekick. there he is. and he is so manly that iron pumps him. it is mike baker, former cia operative. i don't know what diligence is still, i think it is a racing horse. and the investors are heaving because investors are leaving. good to see you pinch. >> hope you don't mind, but i brought my intern so you can appreciate what conservative bias looks like. say hello ars porch. >> i want to learn how to write headlines. >> you will do my expenses and like it. >> i like his laptop. >> it is top of the line. >> how long will he be here with us? >> i didn't say you could touch him. they have strict sexual harassment laws. >> what is he doing? >> my expenses. drinks at michael's are not paying for themselves. and the meal at the 21 club is not something i will pay with cash out of my wallet. >>> to the greg-alogue. it is an order eater of truth in a tennis shoe of lies. first there was an earthquake and then tsunami and then a meltdown and now possibly a volcano. at this . a -- at this point a joke is inevitable, but pretty lame. i don't know if there is anything i can say that adds insight
flood gates are there at the moment. bob turk has a look at rainfall totals. but we begin with mike hellgren live, in port deposit. >> good evening, kai. good evening, everybody. the water is higher here. 15 gates are high. and this will peak with at least 25 gates open. between 3:00 and 7:00 p.m. tomorrow. >>> more than a dozen gates are now open at the conowingo dam, sending a massive amount of water rushing to the small town of port deposit. more gates will open tomorrow. >> you're looking at backyards flooding out. basements flooding out. if they have to open anything over 30, you are looking at second floor, 10 feet of water in the town of port deposit. >> reporter: roads are already closed. emergency preparations are under way. but it's nothing new here. >> this has been here for about 300 years here, this little town. and it's still here. it's flooded a lot of years. so i don't think it's going anywhere any time soon. >> you can see the awesome power of the water here, close up. the dam's general manager says at least 25 gates will eventually open. >> we haven't been to the 2
is shrinking. the mayor is near revealing the budget cuts. mike hellgren has the worries about the public safety. >> reporter: the police and fire departments will find out what the cuts are tomorrow morning at the board of estimates. for now, the mayor unveiled hundreds of thousands of dollars of cuts. this year, she'll slice a massive $65 million from the bottom line on top of the $121 million cut last year. >> cities put off tough challenges and failed to prepare for the day of reckoning. >> reporter: she slashed $360,000 from her own office. show got -- she got rid of the funding and declined pay raises. she's yet to out line police officers decreases. >>> she's fighting -- >> it's time for the citizens to be able to go to bed without worrying the number that the wheel lands on. >> reporter: rumors have been flying order of police told the members that a a% pay cut was gossip. >> there's rumblings of furloughs out there and things like that. >> reporter: with the baltimore tax rate high, wjz wants to know if you're getting what you pay for. >> we don't get many services at all. >> how
. >> 4:37. careening towards 4:38. mike just couldn't go long without talking about a new round of storms coming our way. >> that's right. let's not let him wait any longer. >> a pretty active pattern the next seven days. it's going to bring us some live rain as the storm track pushes the bulk of it up north. we notice the radar fill in during the overnight hours while we were sleeping. eventually this will backfill all the way down into our neighborhoods and that's when we start to the see rain. as close as it is right now, crescent city getting the bulk of the wet weather. let's talk about what's happening. increasing clouds in some areas. low 50s around san francisco and antioch. fog developing santa rosa. 41 half moon bay with somefog and the rest of us mid to upper 40s. towards the end of the commute we could have some light rain in the north bay. temperatures will remain pretty much where they are right now in the 40s. by noon you see the rain coming into the heart of the bay and temperatures hanging out in the mid to upper 50s. that's pretty much where we'll be during the afternoon
sweeney is in the north bay. >> let's begin with mike nicco tracking the storm. >> here is a look at that storm. there are several of them embedded within this full line. notice the red. this is right along the cold front. you can see lightning strikes over san pablo bay. one that brought faster than 50 mile-per-hour winds to parts of marin county. deeper reds. those are rainfall rates that are running around five inches an hour. they are racing off to the northeast at about 30 miles an hour. we have received inch and a half of rain in los gatos. once we get behind the system we'll have scattered storms but the strongest part is moving through the southern sections and moving into san francisco right now crossing over the san pablo bay and heading to places like hercules and oakland down to hayward. one to two inches of rain is possible to over the next 24-48 hours and we could have flooding from highways, streets, overpasses, and even parking lots could be flooded. if you live in a low-lying area make sure your drains are clear. >> let's go to terry mcsweeney live in san rafael it's very windy
will tell you who is in and who is out coming up. [ male announcer ] when mike rowe heads home, his family knows what to expect. hun, mike's coming -- let's get crackin'. [ male announcer ] but what mike rowe doesn't know is that his parents have armed themselves with unquilted viva® towels. place looks great. [ male announcer ] mike doesn't know that every concentrated viva roll is made of strong, fiber packed sheets, making it one tough towel. but his mom sure does. wow, for me? you shouldn't have. i insist. [ male announcer ] hey, if viva can handle mike rowe's mess, just think what it can do in your home. grab a roll for yourself and grasp the unquilted difference. >>> check this out. a grand opening takes on a newmeaning. this is toronto, ohio. shoppers showed up at a new store and they found this, a giant sink hole in the parking lot. workers had to put tape around it to keep the cars and people from falling in. heavy rain and melt hing snow probably -- melting rain andheavy snow he probably caused the melting and the bad weather is the cause of the sink hole. >>> now the forecast c
their potential is, and time after time, i see that with mike, see him having that effect upon people. that, to me, is one of the highest things that i could say about him. i just want to stop this because he says i talk too much, but i should be able to do that because i'm talking about him. i just want to tell you one story. i was talking to him one morning, and he said he was really tired. i asked him what was going on. he said he got called up -- i might be a little bit off on the numbers, but got called up at 6:00 in the evening, just when he was ending work, and somebody that we know asked him to come and sing for his grandmother, who was passing on to the spirit world, so he said he was really tired, but he had to go, so i loaded up and went. i asked where that was. he said modesto. so he left from san jose and went to modesto and did what this community asked him to do. and then return home to his family late at night. that, to me, it atomizes mike -- epitomizes mike. our community does not say go off to college and become a sacred man. our community just recognizes that when they see it.
police say she was doing with the winning scratch off tickets. [ male announcer ] when mike rowe heads home, his family knows what to expect. hun, mike's coming -- let's get crackin'. [ male announcer ] but what mike rowe doesn't know is that his parents have armed themselves with unquilted viva® towels. place looks great. [ male announcer ] mike doesn't know that every concentrated viva roll is made of strong, fiber packed sheets, making it one tough towel. but his mom sure does. wow, for me? you shouldn't have. i insist. [ male announcer ] hey, if viva can handle mike rowe's mess, just think what it can do in your home. grab a roll for yourself and grasp the unquilted difference. ♪ edible arrangements bouquets. happiness is always in season. call, click, or come into the location near you. >>> 5:24. a move that will affect your money banks are imposing a variety of new fees for use atms. it's an attempt to recover billions of lost ref niewcht chase is testing fees between 4 and $5 for noncustomer withdrawals. >>> also speaking of money, learning more about the impact of the financ
in the tournament. >> mike: even if they weren't, ladies first. stanford moves on, we show you how, and the men lose their number one seed. [ female announcer ] we make it little and black. you make it flirty and fun. we make it floral. you make it bloom. we make it fitted. striped. polka dot. casual. flowy. you make it amazing. with hundreds of designers at jcpenney you can find a look that's uniquely you. ♪ we make it affordable. you make it yours. jcpenney. >> mike: march madness, women, stanford, gets a tuneup against uc davis. the aggies came to play. the trey. davis out to an 11-8 lead. but stanford woke up. then pollen, pac-10 marry of -- player of the year. more of the same in the second half. lindsey, one of her four second-half three. stanford up 25. condoleezza rice approves. stanford moving on with the victory. >> 3.8 shooting is ton cop -- contagious. i think it's definitely a good way to start out the tournament. >> everybody is going to come out playing their best because this is the big dance and everyone wants to be the prom queen. i think that playing hard in this game, making us
weekend. a.l. alan wang to shu here. incredible basketball,. >> mike: another upset in the elite eight for the men advancing to their second straight final four, and a great day for mexican soccer fans at the oakland coliseum. highlighghghghghghghghghghghghgh >> alan: shis going to start with the giants. >> mike: they're playing well, but do we need 30 preseason games? i don't think so. the giants are almost home. returning to at&t park for monday's game one of the bay bridge series against the a's. today it was the reds as they wind down cactus league action. 18-11 spring record entering today. bottom one. san francisco striking first, burrell finds a hole on the right side. scores freddie sanchez. tim lincecum didn't have his best stuff. watch this. bottom of the frame. torres drives one deep to left. watch the ball. he thinks he just tied the game with a three-run homer. but actually off the wall. just trotting around like it's a home run trot. they tag him out but the runs do score. aren't you glad it's bring -- spring training. look at andres. that thing went out, didn't it? highl
could face more than a year before prison. >> mike said how sunny it looked, things are gonna change. well, mike? >> looking outside from the east bay all the way back from san francisco. you can see the rain falling here. if you're heading around other parts of the bay i'll show you when it's neighborhood, i'll tell you when it gets there. >> look at this! so cute. this young furry animal is making her first ♪ >>> who is san francisco's cutest resident? you could make a convincing argument for this furry debutante. a public debut made in the past hour. joey the first one born in the san francisco zoo in more than a decade. she was born last summer, climbed into mom's pouch and developed another half year before emerging last month. you can meet them at the ca wally exhibit but be warned they spend 18 to 20 hours a day sleeping. if you want to see her more and more, go to the zoo at the zoo.org video link. speaking of cool, we went from -- >> pretty quickly. hopefully everybody has umbrellas and are ready for it. looking down into downtown san francisco or you can s
at 6:12. mike, andrea, back to you. >> thank you, angie. let's get to some of the stories happening today. the naacp will take part in an antiviolence march in southeast washington. this comes one year after five people were gunned down on south capital street. other community groups will be taking part as well. it begins at 5:00. >> the food and drug administration panel begins a two-day meeting about food dyes. they want to know if there is a link between the dyes and the hyperactivity in children. the dyes are in common foods. >> the suns going to step up its attacks on moammar gadhafi's military and defense systems. >> joel brown has more on the handover and the effort to stop gadhafi. >> the u.s. starts handing over control of the military operation in libya to nato today. in the past two days, the u.s. stepped up its assault on the country launching 22 cruise missiles at weapon storage sites around tripoli. >> gadhafi knows exactly what he needs to do to stop the constant bombardment he's under. >> representatives from more than 40 countries attending a summit in london led by
where this all unfolded. mike hellgren has details on the chilling crime and has the first public comments from the victim's mother. good evening, mike. >> good evening, mary. she simply broke down. she can't simply understand why this could happen to her son. he was on the right track. but it all got derailed when he was stabbed over and over again. >> reporter: 17-year-old ronnie gibbs, nicknamed the rock, was one of the top young boxers in would world. his olympic dreams were shattered when he was stabbed to death outside his home in park heights. >> how hard does this hit you? >> very hard. >> reporter: his mom has yet to come to grips with her son's violent death. police say terrence sims killed him. they say sims was fighting with ronnie's sister. and ronnie was defending her when he was killed. wjz has learned, sims served only five years in jail for killing another man, 11 years ago. >> should he have been on the streets? >> no. he should be where he is now. he should have been been there. they should have never let him out. >> what great is a love when you lay down your l
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